Beyoncé and Jay-Z
Beyoncé and Jay-Z are reportedly on the brink of divorce. Pictured: R&B artist Beyoncé (R) performs "Deja vu" with rap artist Jay-Z at the BET Awards at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.Reuters

Music industry's power couple Beyoncé and Jay-Z have been rumoured to be on the brink of divorce for quite a while. Reports suggest the two have been fighting constantly, and according to the latest news, they are not hiding the discord in their marriage anymore.

A new report on Radar Online says the 34-year-old "Halo" singer and her husband had a huge argument at their Bel-Air estate. A source close to them told the website Beyoncé was heard screaming at the top of her lungs. "Beyoncé told him she just could not deal with it anymore," the source said.

This recent fight is one among a series of altercations the A-list couple has rumoured to have had. The problems in their marriage are reportedly due to infidelity and Jay-Z's impending paternity case.

Jay-Z, 46, is entangled in a paternity battle with Rymir Satterthwaite, 22, who claims he is the rapper's son. A Mirror report said Satterthwaite has taken the case to federal court in order to force the rapper to take a paternity test.

Satterthwaite said: "I will not stop until justice is served in court. Everybody deserves a fair due process in a court of law."

Jay-Z, father to Blue Ivy, 4, is also rumoured to have cheated on the "Crazy in Love" singer with numerous women. However, the music mogul has denied the allegations.

A source told Radar Online: "Beyonce and Jay-Z have been living in separate bedrooms in their house pretty much since they moved in. This recent fight seemed to be one of their worst!"

Amidst rumours of divorce, the couple was spotted at The Troubadour Friday, Feb. 26 in West Hollywood. An E! Online report said Bey and Jay-Z seemed happy and in love as they listened to the music of singer The-Dream. A source told the website said: "They were both smiling a lot to certain songs and looked like they were having a great time out supporting their friend."